Allie Rosenbluth graduated from William & Mary in 2015 with a double major in Government and Environmental Science & Policy. She is originally from Vienna, Virginia. While at W&M, Allie was involved with Tribe Sailing, Alma Mater Productions and Alpha Phi Omega. Allie also was a teaching assistant for the DC Winter Seminar.
After graduating, Allie spent the summer traveling and working on farms in Europe. Now, Allie has settled in Southern Oregon where she is a community organizer at Rogue Climate, an organization that works on practical solutions to climate change. Allie is enjoying the beautiful landscape and wonderful people of Southern Oregon but will never forget the beauty of her Alma Mater.
I remember the first time we sailed through a “dead zone”. I remember the dark red color of the water and the smell of
Well, it is 2016 and I haven’t blogged since graduation in May. To be fair, a lot has happened in my life since then
There’s nothing like getting your hands dirty. Actually, there’s nothing like dunking your hands into a bucket of soil to plant a seed that
December 1st, 2014 Exactly four years ago today, I got into William & Mary. I still remember the electric jolt that ran through my
With the new school year approaching we all have the same question on our minds – how am I going to be green on
The other day, after what seemed like a week-long rainstorm, a friend turned to me and said, “you know, Williamsburg always seems prettier after
I don’t know how it was possible, but the last two days of the William & Mary Winter Washington Program were even busier than
Monday was a fantastic day for the William & Mary Washington Winter Program. Not only did I go home with ten frozen fingers and
To my surprise, the government and Metro were not closed due to the snow and ice which meant that Friday could go as planned.